Published: October 2016
The Open Philanthropy Project awarded a grant of $1,000,000 over two years to the Humane League to support its work to end the confinement of hens in battery cages.
Earlier in 2016, we made a series of grants to support corporate cage-free campaigns (including a previous grant to the Humane League) and wrote on our blog about why we see this as a promising strategy to promote farm animal welfare. The present funding, part of a new series of grants focusing on international cage-free advocacy, will support the Humane League’s work in Latin America, Europe and Japan.1
We do not plan to write in more detail about this grant at this time.
|The Humane League, Proposal for International Campaign Expansion||Source|